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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): February 5, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909020501_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): February 5, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. "JftV ,? njr - rw "'- "T '""t- - r..i ;.i""rut-";i'ix,'jr'i--T'"Y,'irr'3mV- "' thi - The Interior Journal. ? ol. XXXVI. STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 5. 1909. NO. 96. ... A VOTE FOR ... John ' to-morro- w C. Means LOW TAXES for the POOR and OPPRESSED PEOPLE all over Lincoln County. He will, if and elected in November, appoint a competent corps of deputies to assist him. nominated He will deal justly with the RICH as well as the POOR. He has made a clean race and victory is assured He appeals to his friends in each precinct to go to the polls and have their neighbors do likewise and let the PEOPLE RULE over combinations. Give the Farmers and Toiling Masses a chance. The Adult Bible Class Conference And Banquet. The Adult Hlblo Class Confcrcnco at Uuis-vlllthe Secund Presbyterian church. and tho banquet Feb. U and 12. nt tho Gait Homo tho evening of tho in12th, bid faro to bo ono of tho 'most teresting occasions of tho kind over held In tho State. Many classes and Sunday schools out In tho Statu will bo represented, and several of tho largo atclasses of the citv aro panning to of tho sessions In a tend ono or nioro e, Pepples County, Assessor, For Of Lincoln NEWS NOTES. Tho mayor of Versailles has resigned but tho council will not accept his rc Bignation. Col. Green Clay Goodloe, Paymaster of tho United States Marino Corps, has retired from active service. Hen L. Jones, ono of the wealthiest n business men of Ma. and con, Ga., committed sucide. Gov. Wiilson pardoned John Conn, indicted 23 tunes in Elliott county for selling liquor in a "dry" county. John Knmmerer, charged with killing William' Phelps in Pulaski, was held over to circuit court without bail. The Negroes at Springfield. III., aio raising cain because they were ignored in tho program for the Lincoln celebest-know- body. Tho speakers for tho occasion aro tho very best the State and nation nITonls. InMr. W. C. Pcarce, of Chicago, tho Suerintendent of Adult ternational Work, Is an Intensely interesting and practical speaker. Ho will bring us plant and suggestions from tho best young men. classes on tho American conti-ncnItev. Case, of Lexington, has been Uev. It. H. Crossfield. president University at Lex engaged ns pastor of tho Turnersvilln of the Transylvania Ctirjstinn church nnd will preach there ington, was formerly pastorf n large next Sunday and each first and third church nt Owcnsboro. Ky. While there Sunday during this year. In ho built up tho largest class of men Itev. T. C. Keton. of Covington, has tho Stato and organiied them for accepted tho call to the pastorate of tl-some-thin- g service Ho will give us Calvary liaptist church at Lexington, Inspiring and helpful. Mr. L P. acceptable recently made vacant by tho resignaLcavell. who did us such tion of Itev. Walter P. Hines. work at tho last State Convention, is Under tho direction of Uev. J. T. and will inspire us to full of enthusiasm of Itallegh. N. C. a rousing lino greater otTortH along this imiortanl revival has been under way at Harbour-vill- e ot work. Baptist church during tho patt $1 The banquet at tho Gait House, ntid wo month. The meeting closed Tuesday per plate, is open to every ono had been - ni;ht after 07 conversions ought to have from 500 to 1,000 pres- made. evening win ent. Tho speeches ot tno Following is tho order of services genbe the tlncst of the occasion. Tho Sunday nt tho Methodist church: is invited to participate In next eral public Noservice and tho banquet. Sun lay school nt 9:30 A. M. both tho conference Anti-Sa- K. nt 11 A. M. on occountof tho For program and particulars address League Field Day. Junior League loot A. Fox, Louisville. Ky. at 3 p. M Senior League at C:30 p. M ein-cic- MATTERS. Mrs. Henry MartynScudder, Hev. and of Nicholas county, on Tuesday celebrated tho 60th nnniversary of their marriage. n of the Ilov. West, I.catrue. will preach ot the liapttat church. Hustonville, nt 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon. In 11X17 it was estimated that there were 1G1.C11 divines. 210,199 churches in nml .12.9X1. 1SG members of churches tho United States. Tho services at the Christian church Sunday evening will bo in tho hands of the Christian Endeavor Society. Public cordially invited. Hev. W. S. Willis, of the Hustonville Christian church, will preach Sun day morning on tho "War in Heaven." At night he will preach a sermon to CHURCH Anti-Saloo- MIDDLEBURG. ,1 ied ' bration. from NashA number of witnesses ville, Tenn., have arrived nt Muskogee. Okla , to testify in tho land frauds investigation. Two miners wcro caught by falling slate in a shaft near Uniontown. Harry Powell was killed nnd William Waiden badly injured. Threo masked men held up the Mohawk saloon nt Goldfield, Nov., and robbed the placo of over $3,000. Tho robbers escaped. Deo M. Brown shot and wounded his brother-in-laand Henry,' Lochard, Mrs. Lochard at Madison, Ind., and was himself killed by Lochard. Judgo C. C. Marshall went for the night riders in his charge to the grand jury at Slielbyvillo and demanded that any person guilty of it should bo indicted. Miss Elizabeth Hawkins, daughter of tho Hev. J. T. Hawkins, of Elkton, attempted suicido by shooting herself in the breast. She had been sutTering from melancholia. Herman Billik, after two years' imprisonment in the Chicago jail, was taken to tho Johet penitentiary to begin a term of life imprisonment for the murder of Mnry Vrzal. "There shall be no jirizo fighting in Ohio as long as I am governor," said Gov, Harmon in discussing the proposbout, ed Dempsey-Hoger- s scheduled to takejplacc nt Columbus. Prof. J. G. Crabbe, Superintendent of Public Instruction, in an interview said that the Western Normal School might be re.novcd from Bowling Green unless tho prico on land o ire red tho board of regents was materially reduced. John Gilmer Speed, author and journalist, committed suicide by shooting himself in the head in his bedroom nt tho Phoenix House, Mendham, N. J. Ho left no explanation of his act. Mr. Speed was a former resident of Louisville. So quiet have conditions become in Western Kentucky that Adjt. XJen. Johnson has ordered all of tho Cynthia-- n company to return homo from Lyon county, except Capt. Terry and 10 men. Ho hopes to further reduce the force in service in that part of the State ut un d Eberleo Martin, whoso illness wo netin these columns, died triday night, Deceased was a son of Mrs. Arabella of W. G. Ha,t Martin and a grand-soter. He leaves a mother, wife and threo children, who aro deserving of much sympathy in their bereavement. The question of issuing bonds for the purpose of providing suitabla buildings for the graded school will be voted on hero Saturday. There is some doubt as to whether tho bonds will be voted, though it seems to us that matters will bo in rather an awkward shape shou'd tho question fail. Itev. J. L. Owens will visit his moth er at Somerset this week.f?John Lowe, the shoe drummer, spent three days with Mine Host Chris Hogers at during the recent blizzard. John Bates has secured a position as travel ing salesman for a drug company at Cincinnati and will go on the road about tho 15th. Robert Cowan and family arc with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Coulter. It was the purpose of several per- sodi here to attend the Sunday school union at the McKinney Baptist church Sunday, but the weather behaved so badly that no one had the hardihood to venture beyond the city limits. Mrs. Laura Lee, Miss Emma Fogle, J. K. Colfey and Alvah Lucas were appointed delegates from the Sunday school here and we would have been well represent ed had the weather permitted. n AT COST order to make room for our Spring stock which is arriving daily, we will sell at absolutely Cost for the next In 30 DAYS. Our stock of Winter,Goods, sisting of con- The Secret of Long Life. A French scientist has discovered To The Voters of Lincoln County. Tho campaign Ts now drawing to a close nnd to the democrats I have failed my to see. I want to say I havo tried The slogan of my best to seo them. campaign has been not to give ono man tho 18 years of olhce to my none, for is not only not right, reason that it neither is it democracy. Hoping vou will concur with mo in this opinion nnd help mo get tho nomination for circuit clerk, in which event 1 promiso you to com-man- Preaching at 7:15 i M. d uso every honorable means at my to carry tho entire in helping ticket to victory in November. J. I). SwOl'K. Washington Once Gavo Up to threo doctors: was kept In bed for llo weeks. Mood poison from apld-er'blio caused large, deep sorts to cover his leg. The doctors failed, then "Hucklen's Arnica Salvo completely cured mo," writes John Washington, o( HosfjuovIHe, Tvx. Foreoema, bolls und idles Its supreme. 25o ut Penny Drug Store. B h-riw Uev. Mr. Brooke, of Louisville, will preach at the Presbyterian church SunHowever, the regular day morning. morning offerings will be received. Tho pastor will preach at night; subject: "Tho Possibilities of tho Spirit-filleMan in Character nnd Service." There will bo special music at both services. A cordial welcomo to nil. Leaguo Field Day. Itev. J W. West will preach at tho Christian church Sunday morning at 11 o'M. or clock and at Ilustonvillo nt 3 l nt night. Itev. Colley will preach nt the Baptist church at 11 A. M. nnd at Crab Orchard at 3 i M. Rev. Brooke will preach nt tho Presbyterian church Sunday morning at 11 Vclock nnd at Hovs. Walker McKinney ut 3 r. M nnd Ballou will preach nt Hubble at 3 V, Hovs. J. L. Yandoll and T. W. M. Barker will preach ut Highland at 3 V. M. Services in all tho churches at Stun-for- d Sunday night. d Anti-Saloo- n ono secret of long life. His method deals with tho blood. IJut long ago millions of Americans had proved Electric Hitters urolongs life and makes It worth living. It purifies, enriches and vitalizes' tho blood, re builds wasted nervo cells, Imparts life and tone to tho entire system. Itsl a godsend to weak,' sick and debilitated people. "Kidney troublo had blighted my life for months," writes W. M. Sherman, ofCushlng, Me, "hut; Electric Hitters cured mo entirely " Only uOe. at Penny's Drug Store. Overcoats, Heavy Suits for Men and Boys, Underwear, Heavy Shoes, Felt Boots, MEN'S SUITS, sizes 34, 35 and 36, $7.50 to $10 VALUES. Choice, $3. TERMS STRICTLY CASH. J. Franklin Adams, F. It. A. S., has undertaken tho gigantic task of counting tho stars and of assigning to each its proper magnitude. Tho counting will bo dono from photographs, and plates covering the whole of tho Southern hemisphere havo been secured. These number somo 200, and each is 15 inches square and records tho imago of from 20,000 to 200.000 stars. To facilitate tho counting tho plates will be moved across a graduated grating in. tho field of a microscope so that the stars may be counted in strips. A wedding cako six feet, eight inches high, tlvo feet in diamoter at its base, und weighing 700 pounds, was baked recently by Luigl Maribri, chof of tho Grand Pacific Hotel, Chicago, and shipped to Hamilton, Ont. The fruit used in tho making of tho cako was soaked In brandy and wine for six days. Cummins U, I & Wearen, U: STANFORD, KENTUCKY. t' 'j.' " '"" Soldier Balks Death Plot. It hcoiued to J. A. Stone, a civil war vcterun. of Kemp, Tex., thut u plot existed between a desperuto lung tron ble and the griivu to cause his death "I contracted a stubborn cold," ho writes, "that developed a cough that stuck to mo, In splto of all remedies, tor jours. My weight run down to ISO pounds. Then I began to uso Dr. King's Now Discovery, which restored my SiosHh completely. I now weigh ITS pounds." For severe Colds, Coughs, Hemorrhages, Asthma, und to prevent Pneumonia it's unrivaled. o0o and $1 Triul bottle free. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store. Tho Georgia prohibition law expressly forbids tho soliciting of orders for whisky in any way. A number of newspapers carry whisky advertisements League lias emtnil tho to prosecute them, ployed on attorney having been assured that they aro liable to tho lino Imposed by tho law Anti-Saloo- n early date Foley's Honey und Tar clears the "What happens when an irresistible forco meets on immovable body." "Doy, dtvido do gate money," answered tho newest meiflber of tho class. And tho professor lot it go at that. ... - - m m m A tUkllng or dry cough can bo quickly loosened with l)r Shoop's No oplum.no chloroCough Hen-edform, nothing unsafe or harsh. by Penny' Drug Store. to Sold Water thrown ujwn ico In tho Arctic regions will crack it, just as boiling bewater breaks glass. This happens cause tho ico is so much colder than the vrator. When a man doesn't cuss over hit having it is a sign that bo wears a full "Do you know your orders, sentry 7" . asked an officer. "Yes, sor," was tho prompt reply. "Know the points of tho compass T" "Yes sor I" "If you face the rising sun, your left hand would be on tho north of vou. and your right hand to the south of you. What would be behind you I " "lie knapsack, sor. pare Pnuuuionia often follows la grippe the throat. Soothes tho lntlamed membranes, and the most lobstluato but never follows tho uso of Foley's cough disappears. Soro und inllamed Honoy aud Tar, for la grlppo coughs lungs uroheuled and strengthened, und and deep seated colds. Itefubo any the cold Is ex polled from tho system, but the genuine In the yellow package. Hcfuso tiny but tho geiiulno in the ye! New Stanford Drug Co. low puckuge. New Stanford Drug Co The trial of Hardin L. Hale, formerly W. P. Yancey, Judgo of tho Owen an Internal revenue collector of charged with killing his brother-in-County Court, wus found guilty of law, Hamlet Dillon, at Washing-- , .criminal libel by a jury of Carroll coun ty, and fined 1500. Tho libel case grew ton, lnd., is in progress at that place. out of tho long fight between political i' j!' rH3S3BBtf6EsBsBssMtsW Perhaps the sands of timo contribute factions in Owen county, where June the grit with which a woman persist- W. Gayle was arrayed on ono side and ontiy nangs vn 10 iieriavurue uirumuy. Judgo Yancey on tho other. Stranger What aro the politics in Prevontlcs those Candy Cold Curo this town? HKLECTItlC KANGKS Tho Itaujje to buy; u full wiver; u money maker; Old Resident-Rott- en. Tabletswill safely and quickly check (lie best baker. A largo Hue of select from uml wo will appreciate, a call. oull colds aud tho Grip. Trjtheni Nine men out-o- f a possible 10, wear Sold by Penny s a sad look after they have been ..mar once und see e, air passages, stops tho irritation In Pneumonia Follows LaGrippe i' isB'SfvKS.-tyaPjuBsssssrs- I BKjSSJJISISSSBss 1 l48-25- beard. Drug Store. ried a year. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. tilI t "V ,iynt ' . HLnr"wmrJV' I I, J , n? UTiFve jr'nmmt ,W . - "H 1 i '( I,' Ill i, The Interior Journal. E. ' ; r . C WALTON Democratic Ticket. Kor Hlntc, Henntor, R. L, HUBBLE, of Lincoln county. I ' Kor llcprescntntlve, P. H. SHANKS For County Judge, JAMES P. BAILEY For County Court Ulrrk, GEORGE B. COOPER For Hiierlntendent ot Hchools, GARLAND SINGLETON For Magistrate Htanford District. JAMES MeKECHNIE ti ffii 1 The Red Cross Society of America, tho greatest charity of tho world, will set up in Southern Italy a continuing memorial of the international brotherhood.' 1225,000 has been cabled to Ambassador Griscom which he will present to Queen Helena for tho establishment of an agricultural colony in tho earthquake district for tho support of children left homeless and without parents. The Red Cross Society has spent $841,740 for the earthquake sufferers, and this great charity has been so administered as to do the greatest possible good under conditions of the greatest difficulties. Dr. D. C. Tucker, of Danville, one of the oldest physicians in Central Kentucky, of former Gov. Ber-ia- h Magoffin, of Kentucky, and of Isaac Shelby, first Governor of this State, says that Larue county is not the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln; that Lincoln was taken there several years after his birth, and that he was born at Valley Hill, four miles west of Springfield, in Washington county, on the famous Cartright creek, on whose waters some of the most noted men in the South were born. son-in-lagrand-son-in-la- w : I', , ft the attorneys for the administrator, declares that'under no condition will he accept a legacy of $10,000 left, him by the last will of Benjamin Hadlcy, an East Somerville, Mass., recluse, who died Dec. 1(1, President Roosevelt, in a letter to 1907. Th of propertyvalued at vided for a legacy of $10,000 to the president of the United States. will disposed $1SO,000 and pro l Let every democrat in Lincoln county be at his voting precinct Help make a ticki Saturday, and vote. et so strong that it will send a chill down the backbones of those republicans who have political bees in their bonnets and who want to fill the county offices. Here and There. You are right, .Cordelia; Ill be yesterday The daughter of Jailer Charles Browning, of Corbln, died after o brief Illness of whooping cough, a discaso which Is prevalent in that locality. John Lumskin obtained a verdict that day. against tho L. & N. at Williamsburg The Brolley bill repealing the law forfor $5,000. He was an engineer at Corbidding Sunday baseball passed the Inbln and got his right arm cut off under diana Houso of Representatives by a an engine. vote of 51 to 41. The bill called for the Receivers for tho firm of Frailn & longest debate of the session and party Oppenheim, operating shoo stores In lines did not figure In its passage. New York, Chicago and Philadelphia, An agreement was reached In tho were appointed in tho United States Senate to vote on February 23 on the Court at Now York. Aldrlch substitute bill for tho appointGov. Willson issued a proclamation ment of a court of inquiry to determine to tho people of Kentucky calling on the qualifications for of them to display the American flag and discharged soldiers of the Twenty- tho assemble in their respective communififth Infantry as tho result of the ties to honor tho memory of Abraham Brownsville incident. Lincoln on February 12, the ono hundredth anniversary of his birth. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. Hexamethylenetetramino Bill Warner, aged 21, is in tho LouisTho above U tho nnmo f a German ville jail charged with selling whisky at Dunnville, Casey county. chemical, which is ono of tho many Betty Carroll, colored, was caught valuable ingredients of Foley's Kid llexamethylenctetra-initi- o with fivo gallons of booze in Dan- ney Remedy. la recognized by medical text ville nnd was fined $100 and given CO days in jail. books and authorities as a uric nuid Ebcrlce Martin, aged 39, died at the solvent and antiseptic for tho urine. home of his father-in-laElbert Wells, Take Foley's Kidney Remedy as soon an you notlco nay irregularities, and at Mlddleburg. Ho was a brother-in-laof Sheriff Lincoln Wells of Casey avoid a serious malady. New Stancounty. ford Drug Co. George Aldridge, constable of tho Danville district of Boyle, was probably NEW ILACKSMITH AND REfatally wounded by the accidental disPAIR SHOP. charge of his pistol, which fell from his pocket. I hnve opened n blacksmith nnd general Mrs. Frank Folgcr died at her homo repair shop at my home, tho old tollgnte property on the Htanford pike, near llua in lower Garrard after a protracted ill- toiivllle, and mkn share of the pulillc patronage. l'AL'L JKdrtK, llustonvlllc, Ky. ness, due to tuberculosis. She leaves a and several small children. husband I FARM FOR The interment took place in the Lancaster cemetery. On MONDAY, FKU. . 1U, at I oVloek . M.. ut Nim France was lodged in the Knox door. Htanford. Kv. As the trustee of the estate ot James county jail charged with the murder of deceased, we will rent to the highest for John Gambriel. The two men becamo and beat bidder .mm rethe i,term of ono) ear. u negtuning wnn in '.i, ami ciunng involved in a difficulty in upper Knox March 1. lull), tho farm known as the Jiiiues l'epplea place, 3 miles Kast of Htanford, county and France, it is alleged, shot coiuniniug nnoui mi acres, me successiui bidder to execute a note for the amount of Gambriel through the abdomen. the rent, with npproved security, lieitrlng it While the embers were yet smoulderper cent, interest troni its ilnle. The right bids Is ing the owners of the burned buildings to reject any and all HANK reserved. A THl'MTCO.. Klit'lTAULK on Mt. Vernon street were discussing Walton, Ky. plans looking to the erection of modern three story bricks to replace the two story frames which burned. Somerset Journal. Because his employers threaten to We are In position to do alt kinds of condischarge him if he continues as a memsuch as lllock Work, Pavements ber of the Somerset company of the creting, fact, we can mnkenny thing from a and. In bouse down to fence oat. We Kentucky State Guard, Dudley Grabeal, you promptly iiand guarantee call serve nrst'dnts of Somerset, applied to Adjt. Gen. P. work and inuterlal. Call and get our prices P. Johnston for a discharge, from the before you buy j our material at least. service of the State. Gen. Johnston granted him the discharge, as he did Stanford, Ky. not think a man should be forced to give up his method or earning a living. bar-rinto-d- The California Legislature by a vote g of 48 to 28, rejected the Drew bill aliens from owning land In that State. Tho Senate passed without amendment a House bill declaring February 12, tho centenary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln, a legal holiday, and recommending a general observance of CHARLES A. HARDIN, ot Mrrecreounty.li is candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney ot Hits, the lsth district, luliject to the action ot tho democratic party. J. D. SWOPB munty, subject to thenctlon ut the party. I. a candidate for circuit clerk ot Lincoln Heino-emti- o LU6KY Alfalfa, lings And cattle come to llutler Co. Mend tor Hit ot Improved fnrnn. Address, J. K. WKHT, Augusta, Km. If You Want To Crow Corn, MASONS' MEET. Lincoln Lodge No. !. V.A A.M. will meet In stntiil communication ntiencli nrsi mm T:si third Monday nights ot each month, litMan-fon- t, o'clock In their hull on Main street, Ky. Members of sister lodges are fra- present. It. L. Penny, ternntlv ln lied to W. M.,T, W renuliigioii,rVC. you. for We have about 50 MEN'S SUITS, only one of a kind to CLOSE at a price SO LOW that those who want SERVICE, rather than style, can not afford to miss. They are not damaged, not shelf worn; a few of them are a little soiled. Not a Suit in the lot WORTH LESS than l' NOTICE! Notice Is hereby given thnt nil Lincoln county txinds ot series "11," Issued Mnrcli 1, Ikw. redeemable III 15 years with privilege of paving In lojears from mid date, will Ihi paid on the 1st day ot March, liim, on pres; nutation to the Lincoln County National Hank and that Interest oil aaino will Hop niter said date. Total amount 111,.'"1. Thin James McKcchnte, (I. llurrli,(Jomiutltee. Jan. XI l'.'V. II. Cooper nnd W. H. POSTED. i vion our places and will olators to the full extent of the law, Mra. Walter Warren, Mra. Mattle White, T. W, Carter. lien 1". Martin. Tlnslev Hpootmmorn M.K. J.M. f'eltus, J.H. Hooker, Joseph llallou, T. A. Illce. (I. W. I lMy, t J. L. Holtsclaw, H. L. rulllam, Mrs. J. K. rulllam. Mra. It. L. Wllilanl., Measer A lnton, James N.Caih. J. Ne III Carter M. II. Lytle, Mm. Jas Italnea. lir. J. (1. Carpenter, J. II. Uameiilsch, Thoiiuia Kerrlll. J.O.drlllln. A. 1m Thompson, I'm Id llurtoii, J, M. Ware. M.O. Illchanlson. Mis Mattle llewes, IteleheiiUich llros. Fred Uaumann, A.T Tray lor. N. ll.l'lummer, LllhurnOooch, Will Heater, H.C. Nuuuelley. .1. W, llniightnnli. J.W. IVek. Dnvld Htevens, J. K. Hruce, JohuCiimentsch. Wni.Cordler. M. I). Klmore. DanTraylnr, (iotllhollck. Fred linndurf, J, J. Thompson I. M. AndrMoti. Mr.nnd Mra. Jna II Knda J..K. Moser, Mra. N.J. Ilorton A. Kttiasn Iiognn J.J.It.Klllott. Jin. CJeo.Conller. liaughcrty, W. Frank Dr. (l.ll. Ferry, ltev Father H. II. Ilaughman, A. II. Hoot. Uriah Albright. Mra. Margaret Cooch, Jacob (lander W. Il.Tniylor (leo.o.tmens Mam llol-r- ts, John Jtifer, Amen. Kt.ii.Vr, M.J. Holmnun, A. It. Matheny K.T. lleasley L.H. (lamer. Mr.J. II. Owsley, II. I.. Fngaley, M.J. Morgan, It. (A Watklns, H.T. Harris, J.C Hundley. (lood, It. II, Crow, C. K McClure, Mrs. Nannie II. Anton Itnu.cker, Anderson Carr. VonOriifiilgan W. M. IMihon. .lira, hate .uor T.I. Ilaughninn, Mra. IteU'ceo It, Carpenter Nlcniutz. W. Kopntz, prom-cuttIjiw-rencIa-o- , 1 We, whose names appear below, strictly forbid hunting, nshlng or any kind of tres-pasti- $10, Most of Them $15 Suits Some of Them $20 Suits. RENT We want them out of the way. We need the money and we have assorted them and made two prices court-bous- e lYp-pie- s. $5.00 and $7.50 A Suit. It's most LIKE FINDING THEM. $5 or $7.50 for a $15 or $20 Suit, but remember these prices are FOR THE CASH. Don't forget that. CONCRETING H. J. MclZOBBRTS, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. HENRY PHILLIPS BROS., WATTERSON'S PAPER E2K33SSQSQeeeGSS TFi M & 3 Additional Local. New Ledgers, Journals And Cash Books Walker entertained his Uible class of young men in a most pleasing manner. Weekly Courier -Wo hhlp iuallty Two alleys were reserved at Sargent's seeds direct letfarmers at Held and garden to lowest wholisale prices. and with C. E. Tate and J. W. Ireland We sell sted oats, seed of as captains, a fierce contest was waged corn, cane clovers, crashes, peas,aoJa lieaus. seed, millet, cow .AND. bo- - peanuts, seeu potatoes, caooarco points, hours. At the five Republicans and five Democrats re- for one and ons-hagarden tomato slips, onion seta, finning nf th contest Tnte nnil his ro- - lieans.girden oea, ult klmN garden. Held r ported itsjfinding. d " fertilizeed, horts were routed, but this proved only and Mower us for land plaster and s. Htate ers. Write prices and samplt what jou want. leTub anniversary, industrial and com- temporary for Ireland with his six NAHIIVILI.KSKKIK'O.. of mercial edition of the Lexington Ga- gionary soldiers, (for there were six on Hi Avo., North, ainvnie, lenn. and as each side) were routed. After the dm zette is as big as all valuable as gold. It is a great news of battle died away. Rev. Walker anHOTII ONE YKAli FOK paper effort and the promoters are to nounced that no further contests were in order, but formed the class in line bo congratulated. and conducted it to his house, whero a If tho omnibui claims bill, which most delightful time was spent. The We will at public auction lit 10 o'clock passed the Senate, should become a evening was made more enjoyable (if sharp on law, the Baptist church at Crab Orch possible) by refreshments daintily serv TUESDAY, FEB. 9, 1909, Few people In the United Stairs have not Stanford, Kentucky. ard would get $1,050 for damage to ed and pleasant to the taste. After an Democratic heard of the at tho O.T. Wallace farm, near l'olnt property by Federal ttoops during the evening.of unalloyed pleasure the memell.durrardcoutit), Ky., sell the following In all things, fair In all thlogs, clean lu all civil war. personalty: Oiu bers of the Dible class left feeling that geldlnit. I k'ood hrood and work comlilued1 things. It Is essentially a family piper, llj mare, It was good to be there. This is one yearling filly ly Xaboth, Jr., a special arrangement we are enabled to ofFour tombstone men were here WedI. one nesday. Probably they are figuring on demonstration of the fact that religion 4 EXTRA WORK MULES. fer tho WEEKLY year and this paper fur the, price named getting some orders from the families does not consist in long faced melancholy 1(1 above. Bend your subscription for the comwhich are of those candidates who will be defeat- more than in jest and youthful jollity. nil hands liluli, three of .lycnrsj old, mares, bination to us not u the Courter-Jour)ear-lln2cxlrn Jersey inllk cows, Jersey lielfer, I share In Ijincmter It may be well to remember that pleased in primary. luiKKles, set blackure consists not jn excess. It is well crtauiery, 1 wiikou, 3 tnoia, l chickens. smith tools, farmlni; ! JCy. In 1cs3 than a month Teddy will be also to remember Household and' Kitchen an ex. He is already a thing of the "Quips and cranks and wanton wiles, llole Circuit Court. OryaniJfcf, SSZ Caitat Stock. SSO.OOO. past. Nods and becks and wreathed smiles" K. M. Hill's Administrator. I'JiilntllT. vs. Furniture. Jiiini s Hill. etc.. Deftndant. Surilui and Tnttitiittttt Profits, S9, OOO. are wholesome. The christian life may I'lirsunnt to a Judgment of sale herein renPOLITICAL. bo led in unreproved pleasures as in the Ti nils made known on day of sale. dered at the Jiiuuao term.lWw, of the lloyle HIIKAItKIt IlltO.S.. iJiucasler, Ky. (ill cult Court, the tindei signed C'oiiiiulssluu-e- r JCas paid in 'Dividends st'noa Organization, S2f, 500, vail of saintly visaged but loath"d melHuntington, Parke and Switzerland will on A.M. lloiirue. Auctioneer. Tl'KHD.W. KKIIIll'AHY ID, 100 counltes in Indiana voted "dry" by big ancholy. Let tho heart be pure and SnvHc 7ctv jfeeounls on Our Jftriti At or iiliout the hour of 2 o'clock, r. M., In "there's no height the strong wills of majorities. e on the hinds here. front of the immortals may gain which in striving Iiiafterdescrlled,lii I'rviicliersUlle, l.lmoln The Indiana Senate adopted a resolucounty, Kentucky, sell to thu highest mid tion calling for the election of United to reach thou shalt strive for in vain." Ih's; bidder at public outcry tho following OFFICERS. DIRECTOR. described I. States Senators by popular vote. That certain tract of land situated In Lin- I. S. Hocktr, President;, Held. J, II, Ilaughman, State Chairman Robert H. Winn has coln county, Htate of Kentucky, on the watM D. Klmore, MATRIMONIAL. J. M. Tettui, ers of Iilx ItlNernud lulhelllaguof PreachS. T. Harris, called a meeting of tho Republican ers lllo, on the turnpike road leading from V Cummins, II. C, Ilaughman, Ijiuraster to driih Orchard, nnd consisting State Central Committee for Feb. 18. John , Mcltoberts, Cashier, Robert C. Saufley, son of(Mra. J. C. of a dwelling bouse, a store house and about S, T. Hatrii. ) no. C. Robinson, Gov. Willson appointed Samuo McClary, of this place, was married in acres ot land and being more particularM'i II, C. Ilaughman, Assl. Cash'r V. I) OBannon ly deserllied und bounded as follows, j. S. Mocker, AT Holmes, of Carlisle, as Special Judge Washington City to Miss Jane Robin lleglnulng In the renter of thu turnpike. W.W.Saunderi.Hookkeeper. C. !J. Tate., Dell Circuit Court to conduct a son, a of the thence a new line N.M degrees K. lSK.0i poles charming young girl ot Marrous- to it siaae corner 10 j.n. i'i iius;tueuce wnn special term at I'inevllle. burg. Miss Robinson was visiting in line of lVttlt,H.i7l, degrees K.1WS injles to Congressman Stephen Urundige, of tho Capitol city, and Mr. Saufley, who a stake 111 the North edge of the County roud; thence with the sold road H. U7dcgrecs the Second Arkansas district, has an- has resided in Mercer for a year or W. in poles, H, x) degrees, W.ST.fl poles, H. Yt'A ih gri es. K. poles. H. TOdegrees, W. M nounced his candidacy for Senator more, went to Washington ostensibly poles, H. h7i, degrees, V HI noli s to a point In County road, lorner to church lol ; Ibeiiee ngalnst Senator JcIT Davis. wedding. to attend tho Rosscr-Rike- r with Hue of church lot mid l'iinu K'jde-gries- . The House refused to accept the They were made one at tho homo of K.T poles, N.;j degrees, W.T.7 poles lo center of pike j thence with center of pike amendment by the Senate cutting out Mr. Symo at 8 o'clock Wednesday even N.a'.diRriOS, K. Itl.l poles, N.3V, iligrees, W. II : poliw to the beginning nnd contain. tho $12,000 appropriation forautombilvs ing. Many friends of tho groom here IngMV, ucresnud iK'lng thu same tract of Hens9to91-2cTaft and the bill otrer sinccro congratulations and best for President-elec- t laud iouc)'d to I'. M. Hill, dei eased, by. J. M HiiU'ulns, by deed of record In thu l.lu-- i will go to conference. wishes to him. old County Court Clerk's olllce. Tho House by a vote of 1X1 to 101, reMaid real estate and Improvement will l 10c. sold asu wholuiipouii citdlt of six unit 12 Don't drug the Stomach, or stlimi- versed its former action and struck mouths ciiuiil payments for which IkiiiiIs from the army appropriation bill the lato tho Heart or Klilnis. That U will l given payable to the Commissioner Ik firing Interest from date of sale until paid, 2c. additional $500,000 for war ballons and wron'. It U thu wuiik nerves that urn at the rate of (I ier cent, per unnuiii, with approved personal security to bo unproved crying out for help. Vitalize these airships authorized last week. by Cuuiiiillsloiieruud said bonds (o have lO 12c. Tho importation of opium into the weak iusldo controlling nerves with tho force ami elTeot of a ludumeiil. and to retain a lien oil said lauds told. United btates except lor medical pur- Dr Shoop's) Itostorutlve, unit bee how The amount to bo raised by this sale Is es poses is prohibited by a House bill pass- quickly good health will come- to you Cliuiige of Pictures Nightly, Ad- - timated to Ihi Including costs the sum of ,UW. 0. It. MoDUWKI.L, by the Senate. The bill will become again. Teit it und see I Sold by Pened M.O,. Uoyl Circuit Court, mission, Oc. H. B. ny's Drugstore. a law when signed by the president. Ky. Attorney. O.O. BAUlir, The joint session of the Missouri General Assembly declared Jacob F. Gmelich, republican, elected to tho office of Lieutenant Governor. No vote was taken, the Speaker declaring the result when the recount committee of Last Tuesday evening Rev. D. M. Journal lf In Great Variety Styles and Prices. In Fact a Very Complete Line Stationery Generally. ? The Interior Journal out-doo- PUBLIC SALE ONLY $L50s Gourlcr-JourrTat, COUrtlKK-OUHNA- PENNY'S DRUG STORE, 1 if oa Jirst Tfational S&anr, Stanford, Commissioner's Sale . store-hous- r Moving Pictures reul-estat- v tt l- Walton's Opera House, Highest Market Prices Paid For Eggs, Hides, Furs, . Roosters 4 to 4 Chickens 9 to 2c. Every Night. - Turkeys to Scrap Iron. Guineas $2 Per Dozen. Rubber. NORTHCOTT, 8tanford, Ducks 8 to 9c. Geese p to 6 I 7ZSZzzzZZ3&2X&f.ii pwmfWfm.vmkflz"n "PV " 'fP ' -0 'tp - 19 For prico is 25c. As long n Cents Iit nt only 10c per yard. as they last. lO Cents The regular For extra good quality Hamburg Edge, 0 Inchon wide. regular way for 16c to 25c. Thin special Thin would ecll in 5 Cents a For good lino of patterns of Linen I mock 3 v nn Kxtra 6jccm1 Vnluo !n Corset Cover Embroidery. Patterns in this lot worth 10 this lot prico is for this lot m long ond 15c. We ofler any in this lot for 5c per yard. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Btankoud, Ky., . & SON. cost. mm STANFORD KY. It. cost. Cummins Red Seal Saratoga chips at Farris. Underwear nt Wcaren. Cummins & av- See that Chattanooga Plow at Grant Hurdktt, - h well known Negro, dropped dead the other Ki:h. 5, 1900 day. Two rooms in my homo on Logan enue for rent. Mrs. Bun Withers. Overcoats at Wcaren. L. R. Hughes & T. W. Humble W. O. Martin Nbw assortment of loenl view post cards nt Penny's Orujc Storo. SOME very special harjjalns in Hox Paper, but tho supply Is limited. Ask to sco them. Penny's Drug Store. PERSONALS. Mn. T. W. Humm.e was at Pcrryvillc this week. Mrs. Mauv C. Matiieny continues quite sick. Capt. Sam Magee, of Frankfort, is nt ttnmn In Vntn. Mil. W. W Saundeiis Is ablo to bo up. we aro gla ' t0 "tale. Mil. J. S. Hockeii made a business trip to London yesterday. Mish March: Zononk. of Lancaster, Is with Mra. U. S. Traylor. Mrs. Lou Shanks is visiting her son, it Khimkii. nt Watsonvillc. Cat. DavIO I1URTON, of Highland, Is out on crutches after a long lay up wim a ii, i , sprained leg. Attorney Hen Haiwin has return-e- l from his visit to Montlcollo.-Lo- n- v Mil. AND MRS. W. A. SllELTON. of Livingston, arc guesU of Mr. and Mrs. .limn: John W. IlROWN and Mr. George Owens, of Ml. Vernon, were here this week. Col. J. W. Guest, of Crab Orchard, was on yesterday'a train returning from Ix)utsvi!lc. UtN and Miss Aria Mita. John Wright, of Hustonville, were guests of the Misses Kllis. Kmile GiiEENr.nF.iio has moved his family from Highland to a cottage on Whitley Avenue. xiiQu iikmii: UiciiAims b now cash- Miss Annie i or for Severance & Son, Darst having resigned. IloiiN, to the wife of Jamie Carpenter, of the Kast Knd. a son, making two boys for that familv. 111 for Mil. J. C. LYNN, who has been is able to be out und his several weeks, friends arc glad to see him. Hev. J. W.. IlACIN and family, of Covington, spent several das with tho family of Mrs. John F. Cash. Mu. K. T. SrooNAMORE. of Chicago, Brrived this week to bco his father, Mr J. '.. Spoonamore, who is very ill. Mn. and Mus. J. H. Uaughman stay Tuesday from n in Klnri.la nnd other Southern States. Mus. E. A. HI.AIN has returned from Lexington, where she left her brother. Mr. Richard Gentry, somewhat improv- two-wee- Jesse Traylor. . n.1 Mus. II. C. Uaughman is helping her husband in the First National Hank during the illness of Mr. W. W. Saun-dors, Mus. John It. liRooKSaml daughter, Miss Zilpah. of Los Angeles, Cab, are with Mrs. S. E. Brooks and Miss Mol-li- o Hrooks at Crab Orchard. Mr. Hops C. Adams, head of tho mnnnmrnt firm of William Adams & Son, of Lexington, was hero Wednes- day In the interest of his House. P. H. Owens and family left for Dan villa where they will make their future home. Archie Ride nnd lamiiy win occupy tho residence of Mr. Owens on Collcgo strcet.-Some- rset of that institution. Journal. LOCALS. Moiie of that good candy at Ferris'. Clothes French Farmer. High top shoes at cost. Cummins Wcaren. Ik you want good meat call on kinson & Lutes. 1'hone 47. show ., cleaned. Cook & & Wil- Don't forget the moving picture It costs only 5c to seo TT it. farm hand. Wanted, a tlrst-clnDr. Must coma well recommended. Hugh Held, Stanford. " Ed Hiiady'H dancing at tho moving picturo show is worth several times tho price of admission. Seo him Foil Rent. Two rooms over tho millinery store of tho Misses Struub. at once to Mrs. Mary Struub, Stanford. Lost, on tho Shelby City pike tho Hustonville pike and Knob Lick bridge, a roll of carpet containing L. C. Myers, 44 yard. Reward. -ly Men's, boys' and children's winter See that Electric range before you New line of spectacles. Eyes teste buy. Farris. It. freu at the New Stanford Drug Co. 'a suits nt cost. Cummins & Wcaren. . storo. sewing machine than "Tho No better Tins is glorious winter weather afFor all kinds of fresh ments phone Free." W. H. Mueller, tho jeweler, ter tho recent blizzard. ITS, and havo It sent to your houso. J. Is the agent. A good crowd attended Myers Bros.' L. Mecks. The "Moonshiner's Daughter" is sale of horses, buggies, etc., yesterday Next Monday Is county court day. booked to npp-- ar at Walton's Opera and good prices prevailed.' Drop in and tell us some news while House Friday .Ight, Feb. 20. Extra values in wagon bridles and you are in town. At.t, accoun.s due the estate of M wagon breeching; also full stock of Incudatoii and threo brooders for Hardin, deceased, must bo settled at fencing and garden tools. Georgo D. sale; in good condition. Mrs. E. I. once. Mrs. Ressie M. Hardin, cxt'x. 31 Hog per. ' . 4U Woods, Stanford. J. T. Hackley shipped to Owens, The Lincoln County National Bank is ALL board bills at the St. Asaph Ho Miss., parties four fine fox hounds giving to its patrons and friends Lin tel must be settled at tho end of each Wednesday. Ho got a small fortune coln calendars, bearing a splendid like month. Farris & Hardin. 3t. for them. ness of the dead president. We mako u specialty of pleasing par fluo or a If you have a bad drawing All persons having claims against ticular people. Try our Rex coal. We sick stove, try Rex. A guaranteed the cstnte of James Melvin, deceased, ' remedy. Denham Uros. Yards nt are requested to file same properly veri guarantee it. Dunham ilros, fied, with the administrator before Feb For Sale oh Rent. Tho Warner Stanford and Rowland. 20, 1909. T. J. Hill, Sr., admr. store-houson East Main Street. Ap Epworth League social has been The ply at once to W. K. Warner. indefinitely postponed on nccount of the After this month I will sell for cash ourBplendid member, Mr. John only. I will not credit any one. I know The ground hog saw his shadow and death of W. U. Barker, pn-s-i .. Spoonamore. that I can make it pay you to trade according to the belief of many we are dent. with me and would be glad to have you to have six weeks of bad weather. mo a trial. J. ai. Phillips. The Lincoln County Medicul Society give THE ladies of tho Crab Orchard Chris will meet in Stanford at 10:30 Tuesdny Mr. I. M. Bruce asks us to say that tian church will haw an oyster dinner. morning. Feb. 9. A full attendance Is he has taken back his stable on Depot served in any style, in tho Guver store' desired as business of importance is to street and will run it as a feed and sale room on Main street next Saturday, be transacted. W. F. Hickle, sec'y. stable. Ho will be prepared to take from 11 till 2 o'clock. both your horse and cuttle MonFor Sale. Lot of nice, pure bred care of T. S. STAiit.lNri ,t Co. have closed Plymouth Rock. Uull Orpington, Hlack day, court day. down their tobacco house here. During Langshan and Silver Laced Wyandotte Reduced Rates via Queen & Cres tho season the house handled over 350, Will have lot on street Feb- cent Route. To New Orleans nnd cockerels. About 000 pounds, or 200 hogsheads. ruary county court day in Stanford and Mobile. Tickets on sale February 17th 850,000 jKHinds of the weed was raised Lancaster. Mrs. W. P. White, Stan-for- d to 22nd Inclusive. Return limit March in Lincoln county. 3t. It. F. D. No. 4. 1st with extension privilage March 13th, ask Ticket Agents The home of the late John F. Cash Society of the Bap 1909. For particulars The Ladies' Aid on Danville Avenue is for sate private- tist church of Crab Orchard will hold a or address II. C King, G. P. A., Lex ington, Ky. ly. The residence is large, commodious Church Fair on Saturday, Feb. 13th, and in good repair. There are 29) acres store-rooThe St. Louis Times contains a splen over Robert L. Edtr.iston's in tho lot, For further particulars call beginning at 9 o'clock in the morning. did picture of Mr. William G. Lackey, on 11. C. Uaughman nt the First NaRefreshments will bo served. Attend of that city, who has just been elected tional Rank, or Jnmea N. Cash, Valley a director of the Mississippi and help the laudable enterprise. Trust Co., an enormous banking insti Routon. Miss Mary Routon, aged tution of that city. Mr. Lackey is a Peyton, Eugenia Peyton. 23, died nt Junction City of consump- son of Hon. G. A. Lackey, of Crab Orwhose illness at McKinmy, Texas, was tion Wednesday nnd was buried there chard, and was raised in this county. noted in last issue, died there, the news yesterday afternoon. She had two reaching here a Bhort while after our brothers to die of the dread disease Honor Roll for month of January, Tuesday's paper went to press. She some six months ago. Deceased was u Stanford Graded und High School: was a Bister of Mcsdarncs T. P. Hill Grade 1 Grace Eloise Anderson, daughter of T. S. Routon and a niece and Julia Martin, of this place, ami livBcazlcy, Mary Brackutt, Frank Cor- of T. C. Ball, of this place. ed nt Hustonville the greater part of mm " dier, Harvey Embry, Geo. Fleece Far her life. Miss Peyton was a very suThere will bo a red hot primary elec- ris, Joe Grimes, Janio Mocker, Walker perior woman and her taking away has tion in Lincoln county Saturday. The Hubble, Daisy Luusford, Marie; Powell, caused much genuine sorrow. race for sherilf seems to L attracting Sophie Saunders, Stella Walker. much attention and in this connection Traylor, Willie RanOur old friend, Mr. M. F. Smith, wo desiro to express our friendship for Grade writes as follows from Springtleld: "1 one of tho candidates, Mr. M. S. kin, Rachel Hill, Igo Perry, John R. McKinney, Tilden Cooper, Marshall noticed u week. or two ago in tho I. J. Baughman, and unhesitatingly say that that you wanted to borrow $500. You if his many friendi and relatives in this Sargent, Bailey Dawes, Virgil Moore, Heath Severance. will please find enclosed check for $2, county were permitted to "deaden" ov Grade 3 Anni R. Powell, Kathryn so now you will need to borrow only er tho lino nnd vote for him, his elecJIM. You need not send me n note tion would bo assured. As sheriff for Harris, Patience Calmese, Bessie Mill but you may extend my time on the I four years he discharged his duties er, Carrie Anderson, Frances Embry, J. 1 am satisfied t will get the worth faithfully and fearlessly, being just the Hello Russell, Hugh R. Foster, Clarence Singleton, Claiborne Walton, Ben of the amount sent or what I have not character of a man to protect and guard already gotten. So just keep throwing the interests of tho people, and if re- nie Goode, Richard Arnold, Hobart Arnold. hot shells Into tho republicans and trait ports be true wo expect to hear of his Grade I Klein Brady, Henley Cash, ors and push the I. J. along," Lancaster Record. nomination. John Cush, Joe T. Embry, Jesse Hock- White. -- Mr. It. L. White died at his Saturday, will settle the er, Matsy Grimes, Nellie Wilson Hill, homo In the Hubble Boction at 5 o'clock Lettie W. McKinney, Jean Paxton, question as to who tho democrats will Wednesday afternoon, aged 78. Ho is Mary Jarvis, Adelia Russell, Hartwell survived by his wife, who was u daugb voto for for county ollicers at the No Shanks. vember election. Tho polls will open ter of tho, late Grcenberry Rright, and Grade 5 Bessie Brackett, Frances C M. and all 4 seven children, all of whom uro grown at A. M. and close at I'. Brackett, Maud Arnold, Ella Eichen asked to tako a Deceased had been in bad health for known democrats aro berger, Tillie Goldstein, Elizabeth in tho making of a ticket that will some time and his death had been ex- hand Hunn, Josephine Morris, Bessio Moore, good ono that tho republicans pected for weeks. Mr. White was a be such a Fall. Things Etfle Ware, Prescott Brown, Harry member of the Cumberland Presbyte- will not dare oppose it this Farmer, Maurice Jarvis. aro getting pretty warm in tho county rian church and an exceedingly clever, Grade 6 Winnie Davis Bibb, Ethel speculation as to who much good man. Ho had a largo circle of and thcro is Brackett, Mary Shepherd Cook, Docia various races. The lini up friends who will bo saddened at tho an- will win the Hardin, John T. McAIister, Anna D. Is as follows: For county attorney, W. nouncement of his death. The burial McRoberts, James Owsley, Verner M. F. North; for circuit will take placo In Uuffalo cemetery at S. Burch and Rout, Mayme Singleton, Mary Moore clerk, J. D. Swope, J. F Holdam and 1 o'clock this, Friday afternoon. Raney. Leslie Anderson; for sheriff, M. S. Grade 7 La Verne Brady, Annie Spoonamore. Mr. John Z. Spoona- Baughman and W. L. McCarty; for Butte, Effio Baughman, Josephine Carmore, one of the very best men in the jailer, J. J. Moser, Jamea C. Hays, penter, Marion Grimes, Eva Moser, countyr died nt 5 o'clock yesterday Dink Farmer and W. A, Carson; for Lena Traylor, Grace Young. morning at his homo near Rowland, nf-t- assessor, W. W. White. J. W. Foley, Grade 8 Lucy Leo Walton, Katio a protracted illness of iiright's dis- D. C. Allen, John C. Pepples, S. M. Anderson, Oca Moser, Catherine Genbo preached at Owens, J. A. Dudderar and W. D. Wal-In- ; ease The funeral will try, Arnold Foreman, Mary Elizabeth tho Methodist church by Dr. W. F. for coroner, W. T. Smith, Georgo McKinney, Vuughan, of Somerset, ul 1:30 this Fri- P. Bright und A. R. Wallace. In tho Freshman John M. II. Waters, Virday afternoon, after which tho remains Crab Orchard district L. K. Wells and ginia Mahony, Lissa Holtzclaw, Willie will bo laid to rest In HulTalo cemetery. Ward Moore are candidates for magis- Moon, Emma Napier, Harris Coleman. Ho was a devout member of tho Meth- urate und in the Hustonvillo district Sophomoro Salliu Burdette, Elizaodist church and that congregation und W. M. Dudderar, Zoru P. Smith and J. beth Higgins. tho community havo sustained u great K. Helm aro contesting for tho 'Squires' Junior Thomas Bright, Walter Sinloss in his death. Mr. Spoonamore wus place. All of tho races promise to bo 'us If gleton. one of those quiet, good men who at close, while some of them look Senior Berta Jean Penny. finish," as tend strictly to their own business and there will bo "an We havo our choice In this day und time. tho horsemen say. who aro so raro PARKER'S He was tho soul of honor and a splen In each race and presume our readers HAIR BALSAM did citizen. He is survived by his wifo have theirs. So hero's hoping tho best hnlx. CUtiuw tud lbtlfVi U 1'roiuuirt t latumul frvvtii. and a number of children and in their men will win and that nobody will bo FkU Onr Nftr la IM lo utor Color. Youthful Ulr ! OuTUrS hlr IftlUuf. Irreparable loss great sympathy la, felt soro after the smoke of battle has Cttf cleared away. for thwa. mm m e m e. ii arah m er eyo-lash Embroidery and Laces Just received the largest assortment of lacis nnd EmbroiderAll grades nnd price. ies ever brought to Stanford. Spring goods are nrriving daily nnd the new firm of Hughe, Martin & Co. solicit your trade, promising to keep up the rejc utation of tho liouec, that is the very best goods nt the loveit prices possible consistent with legitimate mcrchnndieing.. We will not handle cheap, shoddy goods. Come to tee us and in- spect our Spring goods. show you. We arc always glad to tee yoii( and HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions. Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Full Stock of Oliver Chilled PLOWS and Repairs. W. E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. Watch This Space Next Issue for Bargains in Up to Date Goods. . Charles Wheeler Emporium, HUSTONVILLE, KY. a GOING SOUTH? Winter Tourist Tickets Now on Sale & -- TIA- QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE 1909 To Many Points South and Southeast Tickats Coed Rttvrnlitg Until Hay 31st, Wrlto (or G nil, od foldtr. H. C. KING, C.f.A., 101 E. Mta Si., leiloitou, Kr. i: ktefcM''liWft-- fel ?j.....',(.tTT ..!, .j, .,) "Tn'&&jtt.iiikiuijaiM!xK. yyjin'K, :y , r hmmV'iamwHirwi ysl71 w I i 9 I. FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. h Kentucky raises to the to bacco of the world. Stanford at Thurmond Tudor sold to Richard lies i Mnltndinti leend-ctmatter. tcr a milk cow for (50. oalo in New York In tho Fasig-Tipto- n City 125 horses sold for over $55,000. The average yield of an ornngo tree No. Jl, Mouth, lilts r. x. during its life is about 20,000 oranges No. St, HOllttt, USA A M. No. si, North, : A. m. Senator It. L. Hubble bought of No. , North, 8:f7 P. at. Mil IT, 10:17 a.m. Shndc Wilder n walk-tro- t horse for $225. No.H,!:ftr, p. m. For Sale. Cultivated hemp seed, JOS. 8. RICE, Agont. 1903 crop. J. B. Walker, Richmond, The Interior Journal. Pott-Ojfiuat one-sixt- L. SN. TITOETHBLE Tlie cleverest Imitation of real Coffee ever yet mado is Dr. Snoop's Health Co (Too. It Is fine In flavor and s mado in just ono minute. No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling. Mado from pure parched grains, malt, nuts, etc. Sample free. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. A. R. VALLACE candidal for Ooroner of Lincoln county, snlijrot to the action of tho primary Ken. , 1W0. ! Iincnndldatnfnr mnalstrnt In th Huston-ylll- e district, subject to the action of tho ttomocrntlo party. ZORA P. 8MITH Glearaoee Salel All Every person in this city who U suffering from Eczema, Pimples, Dandruff or any form of skin or scalp disease, can find relief and be permanently cured by Zemo, a clean liquid foi external use. All durggists sell ZEMC , PENNY'S DRUG STORE. The Truth A.S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. K s Office over McRoberta' Drug Btore in the Owsley Buildinp. hnvrit Ttbacce and Jobacoo arm. Nothing But Insurance. Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Man. STANFORD, KY. Residence l'hono 3d; Ofllce, tti. Insure with me and be fully Ky. Mark (Joins, of Marksbnry, Garrard county, had an $S00 Jack to die of pneumonia. Mason county democrats will nominate candidates for county offices on May 14. . Ben Mattingly, of Marion county, d jack of G. W. bought a Gootee, for $500. For Sale. 33 coming mulc9. Good ones. J. C. Robinson, Danville, Ky. Both phones. It. mules I have 13 coming for sale. Will sell all or by pair. Henry Catron, R. F. D. No. 1, Stanford. McBraycr Moore, of Boyle, has bought 1,200 acres in Cuba and will raise tobacco on an extensive scale. The first crops of Burley tobacco in Virginia were sold at Richmond. One farmer averaged $19.93 for his crop. Sam Forsytho sold to John D. Vcatch, e of Jessamine, his farm 3i miles from Horrodsburg, for $30,000. Royal Hall, the great and Fercno, son of Walnut Hall 2:05, were bought by Madden Bros., of Fayette county, for $3,500. three-year-ol350-acrld subject to the action of the torn Mrs. Martha Maybcllo Dunphy, of Democratic party. Boston, Mass., who has been on trial J. K. HELM, SR., in Chicago for the alleged theft of Is a candidate for magistrate In tho $8,000 worth of diamonds from Charles district, subject In the action of the E. Giles, a Dorchester, Mass., money Democratic party. lender, was acquitted by a jury. I m W. M DUODERAR tsn candidate tor tnnglitrnto of the Hits the Winter Goods must be sold Pains of women, bead pains, or any i.Vliorso iHiwer IxMivr and engine nnd sawpain stopped In 20 minutes sure, with mill for sale. Will sell either or both. Uiiak. KNasMx.Oticnliclm, Ky. 'Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets. Sco $18 Cont now I'ostotllcr, Wnynesburg,Ky, full formula on 25c. Box. Sold by S15 Cont now Penny's Drug Storo m 812 Til) Coat now Tho Czar is paid a monthly salary of 810 Cont now $400,000, and even this does not supNow Livorv port him in the stylo demanded by his Depot Stroot, court. 820 Suit now Phono 00, 817 M) Suit now Mrs. William Crosby, of Colesburg, 815 Suit now Hardin county, was found dead in bed. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. 812 fiO Suit now itchingSkirf Diseases 810 Suit now LESLIE ANDERSON lancandldnte, for circuit clerk of Lincoln Are readily cured by Zemo. A liquid 87 fit) Suit now county, subject In tho action of tho lienio- lor external use. Zemo gives instant 8." Suit now erntlc party. elief and permanently cures any form M. F. NORTH jf Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All Is a candidate for County Attorney! of Lin coln county, subject to the uctlonJ.o the Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, ifomocrnuc party. lose Med. Co.. St. Louis, Mo. G. L. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. W.L.MCARTY fo rsale at cost. ALL-WOO- CRAVENETTES. 811 18 L OVERCOATsS "(nv 15 t-- Q. D. CARTER, ,, J8 812 f0 Cont now 8 .j8 810 Cont now ()3 87 fiO a8 8 48 (! 1 08 IDS fj now 35 Cont now Ct-n- t ', 18 815 1L' 11 18 81 18 811 l8 18 8 !)8 Ii 8.'1 18 00 High Top Shoe 50 High Top Shorn 82 08 50c heavy llccccil linwl iintlcr- near :i0c i8 :i McnV Kelt Hoots, Mcii'h ntul cii'h ICtililscrn. All reduced Voiu- ncconl-inejl- is SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. la a candidate for Hherlff of Lincoln coun ty, subject to the notion ul the democratic party. M. S. BAUGHMAN Is n cnndldato for (sheriff of Lincoln county FARM FOR SALE I Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank. protected. Adorina's Fox 1, n liHiulsonio, inrfie yo Jiig Jersey Bull, from a loni nnd unbroken lino of the most noted bulls nnd cows on the of Jersey KiiKlniid nnd America. Ills sire Is one of tho best bulls ever Imported nnd Milium Isn show cow that has given A3 pounds of rlchfmllk In ono day. If you "I.Ike liegets I.lku or the Likeness of some Ancestor" and hae a strictly good cow. you should nvnll yourself of Ills service. He will lw allowed to serve a limited number of approved, registered cows outside of our own herd this year, for n feu of loencli. Make engagement liefore sending 11KI1) A OTTKIt, cowtobebreil. Telephone. ). Htnnford, Ky. N. II. We lime to offer three etru choice bull calves that will bo sold at right prices. At McKinney, Ky., llndour standard n.ni.Uy. 1 1. greatest IiIoikI and ll er medicine j et know n. Jnciiseol lllieumatlsm, Malt Itlieum, Kidney Trouble and nil dlseasis arising from Impure blood It has no eiUal. It Is under the Dure food act of June . HKM.nnd guaranteed by the manufacturer If the itemed? Is taken nccordlne todlrectlons and If he or the Is not benefited by the use our money. Of tno uemeoy weuui reiunu We can do nothing more. Kuril puckHge contains 3)1 doses with n registered guaran tee nnd m 'tiling card with full Inst1 tii'tlons. We It to any address by mall on re ceipt or II tier lUCKagu or si packages lor oruer ii uiken t Jtfller might a ikj a big doctor's 1)11In time j oil ni HememlxTlf you take tho Itemed)' accord ing to Instruction, and am not benefited, ou get your dollar back. You will not find the remedy In drug stores for sale. It is sold only by our duly authorized agents. ll'IIKN WII.MAMH, Agent. You can iiinnu-facture- d The farm of llOncrea, of tiood blue grass laud, lylmrone. mile North of McKlnuey.on tho Htnnford pike. Improvements and fenclmt kihmI; plenty of water nud mill. Alxi lil acres of timbered land one mile The large stock barn of Brutus Wear- Knit of McKinney; half under fence j plenty of wnter nnd tioou tobacco Innd Hee . BrowJOHN J. MOSER en, of the Tcatcrsvillc section of GarJ.A.lilVK.NH, ne crop. an candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, McKluny, Ky. rard, burned, causing a considerable tabled to me action oi in iwniocritiic loss. It is believed that the fire was party. the result of an accident.. JAMES C. HAYS J. B. Haggin, the millionaire master of the great Elmendorf Stock Farm in Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, Fayette, has contracted for 11 immense mblict to the action of the Democratic I desire to sell privately my atoclt'of Grorty. ceries and Hardware. lHilmc n good busitobacco barns to cost $35,000. He will ness. Will Invoice nlioiit l.i;ai. Itensou III health. put in a big crop of tobacco this year. DINK FARMER (IKO. DHOl'I'KIt, Stanford. Ky. W. B. Burton, of Lancaster, bought JH Isn candidate for the Dcmocrntlo nominaCreech, of East Bernstadt, six tion for Jailer of Lincoln county, subject to of John is Curable me action oi tne uemocraiic pariy. mules at ISc per pound. Mr. Burton ZEMO, a scientific preparation foi did not see the animals but took Mr. W.A.CARSON external use. Stop itching instantly word for the kind they were. Isiicnndtdntttfnr Jailer of Lincoln county, and destroy! the germs that cause skin Creech's subject to tho action of the Democratic diseases. Eczema rjickly yields and is party. KINGSVILLEr permanently cured by this remarkable medicine. All Druggists. Write for samJohn c. pepples. At our farmers' nnd business mens' Is n candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun- ple. E. W. Rose Med. Co., St. Louis, Mo, club' meeting held on the 28th, C. D. ty: subject to the action of; tho democratic Penny's Drug Store. Evans was elected permanent chairman party. ubject to tho action of the democratic party. Ani-nt- Stock of Merchandise for Sale. Buy the OLIVER PLOW. 0000-300- Eczema I W. H. i FURS Hides and Wool ts Wo 3uv KTrlS fe and M. G. Murphy, secretary. D. C. ALLEN The following pupils were neither ab, Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun-ysent nor tardy during six months of the subject to the action of the Democratic )rtv. Kingsvillo Graded School: Grade 2 Aubrey Gilliland, Maggie J. W- - FOLEY Dye, James Flint, Roberta Haggard. (an candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun-lTVimblo Grade 3 Grace Dorothy subject to the action of tbo .democratic party. Gooch, Malcolm Haggard, Ed Hogue. Grade 4. Glad a Gooch, Ollie Gooch, J. A. DUODERAR Estill Gooch, Herman Haggard, Leona forjn'sseisorof Lincoln t'oun-t- y Francis, Luclle Reynolds, Earl Mud-ma- Is n candidate the action otjtlio democratic subject to party. Carey, Grade 5 Clarence Mabel W. D. WALLIN Flint, Esther Murphy, Russell Thomp- Is n candidate for Assessor of Lincoln counson, Richard Trimble. ty, subject to the action of the democratic purty. Grade G Pauline Taylor. e Acton, Oliver Grade? n. Htil-Ce- When Ordering Clothes Have jour measure taken by a tailor of Then y our clothes, s he them to price business suit or the finest eienlm: clothes, will lime that ludlildumit) and lit which plainly Indicate they were mndu to your measure. I will also take jour measure for extra trousers, fancy ets, top coats and oiercnuts. Knll and Winter sample on hand ready for jour tnvtlin. II. O. HUl'LKV.TheTallor. Htnnford, Ky, H ICG INS, national Bank $5O,O0O.00 Stanford, Kentucky. Safeguard the Future The safest, surest and most ndeiiuale guard for the future Is n policy In safe- ! m Cincoltt County Capital, Of Stanford, Kentucky. Smith. S.M.OWENS The Mutual Benefit Insurance Co. Life manage-iiifnt,lllieml- tt Revolts At Cold Steel. "Your only hope," said three doe-tor- Feathers, Tallow, Beeswax, Clnsecs. CoHen SeaUYt IbwRou), May Apple, Wild Ginger, etc We sre dealers t rul5JifJ ta 1856 MOrer halfacenturria Lowinlle and csa do better for you than or comaunon merchants. s i anjr Diakio Louisville. Refercace, Writ; tor wceUy pnoe lut and shppiQg Ugi. IN. Sabel 229 E. Market SI. & Sons, KY. LOUISVILLE, writes, "till wholly cured." They prevent Appendicitis, cure Constipation, Headache. 25c. at Penny's Drug Store. to Mrs. M. E. Fisher, Detroit, Mich, sutferlngfrom severe tectaltrou-ble- , lies In an operation," "then I used Dr. King's New Life Pills,", sho J,L.Beazley&Co., Vj TlCTiR Both the chairmen of tho Democratic and Repub'ican State Central Committees have agreed to appoint four men from each party to net jointly as a nonpartisan committeo at the Lincoln centenary celebration at Hodgenville lsa candidate for Assesor,'of Lincoln county, subject to the action of, the.. Democratic It Is conspicuous for economical of ltsMillcy contracts, fair party. dealing with Its luemU rsaud laruo returns to tiollcy holders. W, V. WHITE I he compii Isjusl entering the is n rniidldiite for Assessorof Lincoln comi SIXTY FOURTH YEAR ty, subject to the action of thu Democratic of ii successful buslniss career with more party. policy holders In Lincoln county than all other companies combined. Write for JAMES F. HOLDAM particulars, stntliiK aiteaiid whether marIsn candidate for circuit clerk of Lincoln ried or simile to county, subject to the action of the DemoIt. 31. NKWLAND hclal Ant. cratic party, M)cra House Flats, (Stanford. James I, White, Hollcltor for Kockcastle Co. W. S. BURCH Isn candidate for County Attorney of Lincoln county, subject to the action of the Democratic part)', & JOHN SAfoWSLEY, JR.. Isa candidate for circuit JuiIkh of this, the l.lth district, subject to tho action of thu Democratic purty. Surplus, Resources, 8. H. SHANKS, J. B. PAXTON. PRESIDENT 38,000.00 340,000.00 W. M. BRIGHT. CASHIER, J. O. REID, ASSISTANT CASHIER J- - W.ROCHESTER. TELLER. H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS: J. B. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Sliaiik, Stanford; Geo. W, Citrtcr, Stanford; John B. KoHtcr, Stanford; V. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. C Han- kin, Luii'Mor; J. Ii. I'axton, Stanfonl; W. II. Traylor, Gilherts Creek; It. L. IluWile, Lancaster; V. . Mahony Rankin, II. Cummin, I'renchcrsville; Lilliiiru Gooch. Gilherta Creek. If you Tw It Ti ii sitfsTr iii ii ii MI(PKBBialHWw rTi VinrTTT" Mth Judicial district, subject to Urn uctlou Gov. Patterson sent to the Tennessee of the Democratic, party. Senate a special message vetoing the bill prohibiting 'the manufacture of in 300 ACRES OF LAND FOR SALE. February 12 M. C. 8AUFLEY Isn candidate for circuit JuiIkh of this, the INSURANCE, Fire, , want to keep posted on political doings in Kentucky, subscribe for the Life, Accident UndertaKcrs and Embalm-era- . Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattings.Rugs. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. Tennessee after January 1, Kole farm on tlreen Hher, Casey county, The Senate passed the bill over and adjacent Lliiulo (iooil nclijhhorhoiM and near school; ISnneres oiiilose.1, tillable, his veto and it went to tho House yes- line tobacco, corn ami urns hind, residue woodland; well iidoptul to stoct riitsliia; terday. unfiillnu stream of line water runs throiiKli the farm. Ilwullluir, well nnd outbiilldliiiik. Thomas L. Lewis, of Hridgeport O., I'rlco, ivni, J. i:. KtMiLK. Mlddleburt;, Ky. was president of the United Mine Workers of the United States and Canada, by n majority of more than The Jostph Pries Sanatorium, 1G.O0O votes over his opponent, John North Ijincasti r Htreet, II. Walker, district president of Illitoxicants 1910. in and Tornado. Farm Property a Specialty. Klltht of tho lindlin: companies of the world represented. Compete in rates with ) all the compaule of thu world. Xcier hail a law lui!ricord uuiirpascd suit In the history u( this ukuiiO). losses promptly paid and without discount. No uiiltliiKiOilii) 'or jnur niuiiey, liefore cull on los-pii- tet)tucHy State Journal, The best Democratic Daily in Kentucky. Write for price and particulars to W, nois. Stanford. Kentucky. STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. McClary, A. ' iSw of Diseases of thu Ke, Nose, liorlolgh Ha, ha, ha, old man! Nail- For Treatment tleulto-I'rluur- j, lUctnl Throat, Kar, ing down a carpet, are you? Ninon hjstem and burner, Jones (who ha3 just struck his thumb) No, you fool! The curpet was hero all tho time. I'm just putting the flior under it.! Chicago News. MAHONY Q RANKBIN, 'J he P. WALTON, Frankfort, Ky. TO s, Iiifiiruneo JFeu of Stanford. IKE SAFEST Notice to Contractors 1 -- : ..' ytwikj 'V LJXaJU V Foloy's Orlno Laxative cures constipation nnd liver trouble and makes the Ky.. .Inn. A, ll"iy, tho bowels healthy and regular. Orlno Is ofHtatifurd, county. Ky., Imlto Fiscal Court sealed Lincoln of u lor tlwcrietluii and superior to pills and tablets as ltdoes new county court house, completionnubile oil the not grlpo or nauscato. Why take biiuiirolu tho city of Htnnford reeiimu inby Arcl hland speclllcattoiu an thing elsoy New Stauford Drug plan Kriiuk I. Mtlhuru.V prepared lulilnjjlon Co., tect D.C. I'Iiiii will be on Ilie villi the Archl-lict- a Cj. Stop That Cold mi hM QliitWdf VMY TRANSFER MONEY FOR RATES Undortakor. Cmbatmer and Dealer In.Har.iesa, laddlerj-- , STANFORD. - KY. OBttVhtat.W. every dead one brought In, and giving IUUI, ,lrv. Court reserves tbe right to reTho Klscnl each rat slayer a ticket to a lottery ject any or ull bids, JH County Judge. J. H. OWHLKV, IIomeflior.e tt. J with valuable prizes. (IKOIUIK II. COO 1'KH, Clerk, To chk earl roldi or OrlPM with "Prevr ntlcs" am sura defeat for ltieuuibula. To slop a cold with Frarentlca It sater Hum to let 11 run and b oblljed to euro It afterwards. To ha sure. will cur a?en a deeply aratod cold, but taken earlj at tha inner stage they break, or head oft lues early colds. 1 hat's surely Letter. nud with theCouiityClrrkutHluiiford. 1 hat's why they are called Proven tic. Kncli Contractor will lllt with his bid u Frarentlriar little Candy Cold Cur, No QuinSeven Indictments wero returned by cirtllliHl check, made payable to J, H. Una-lenothln ine, no for th County Judge.for fjo.ou, n evidence of children phjslc thoroughly tlckeolnt. Micejou feel sat too. II the Federal grand jury and Muskogee, Kood faith on Ills part, and If his hid Is acrhtlly.lf you sneeze, tfyou ache all ow. think of Okla., in the alleged town lot fraud cepted. Unit ha will enter into contract at irvent!c. lromptness mar alio aare halt your comunacceptable sickness. And investigation, the charges being con- once and tftv pnyublo to the tiuuriinteofur AD usual la leverUhness. don't forgot your child. II county, pany' bond, nlgbtorday, ilertln probthere per cent, oi the contract price for thu faith- ably lies Frarentlc' greatest efflclaocy. Bold In spiracy to defraud the Government. ful ierformniicu of tho contract. 'Hie con-trait- ta boiMfor th pocket, also In 'Ao boxes ol 41 Gov. Haskell is one of the indicted. will be paid tsj vr cent, as the work prouree. retalulnn "Al per vent, until II nn I FrsreuUca. lualst oa your druggist fltlog you completion. Tho Japanese Government is waging All bids to hti sealed and flltd with thu a successful war on rats by paying for Countv OJurk on or before ill A u. February! LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNE8SI.E TELEPHONE ttaCOKFOMtTKlN GOMPAilV fill- at If you - Prcvcntics PENNY'S DRUG want your Prescriptions carefully ed and made from the Best and Purest Drugs, Call on me. ' STORE. W. B. McRoberts,""00'" 1I-!V TlTCty'' " ,r"!' .?rrwfifBwsfS(J -- ST